The Housing Division is responsible for the effective management of the City's two entitlement grants from the US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD): the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and the HOME Investment Partnership programs. Additionally, the Division is responsible for the “Low and Moderate Income Housing Asset Fund” (LMIHAF) and the activities funded with those assets as part of AB X1 26 Redevelopment Dissolution Act. These are the housing assets of the former Bellflower Redevelopment Agency.
Various projects and programs are funded to address a variety of housing and community needs including; single family housing rehabilitation, homeownership assistance, neighborhood improvement, upgrade of public facilities, economic development, code enforcement in low and moderate income areas, planning activities and fair housing services.
2020-2025 Consolidated Plan Survey
The City is preparing the 2020-2025 Consolidated Plan for U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) grants. Residents and stakeholders are invited to complete a brief survey to provide their opinion about current housing, community, and economic development needs. The information gathered from the community surveys will help the City decide how federal CDBG and HOME program funds should be spent in the community. The deadline to complete the survey is January 31, 2020. Hard copies of the survey can be found at the Economic Development Counter at City Hall (2nd floor).